I may be working in the land of precision timepieces and fine chocolates today, but my meetings are all about the technicalities of delivering results to (RED) shareholders in Africa. Geneva is base for the Global Fund team managing HIV/AIDS grants to Swaziland, Ghana and Rwanda, made possible by (RED) consumer action around the world.
i’m an editor/writer in new york, who might on occasion find creative ways to discuss hamsters in my posts while still keeping on subject. eudie tuesday serves as both a journey into and a destination for my take on good culture, bad culture, and the beauty products in between. so sit back and keep clicking on over here. my content is here to inform, as well as bring about a hearty chuckle. -eudie...more
'...And How are the Children?' is a space to share my thoughts and prompt discussion about issues of relevance in the field of early childhood/early care and education. I also use it to chronicle some of my experiences as a practitioner in this field. All ideas that are shared in a respectful way are welcome to be expressed, and subject to debate. Comments are encouraged, and links and references that provide supportive evidence are especially valuable. As an educator, I believe that we all should have learned something by the time we log off, or navigate awa...more
Black beauty is one that is unique and indigenous only to those of african descent. Its evied and imitated by those who lack its distinctive traits. Yet, we don't seem to love or accept, but fear and reject it. Stop letting people tell you that only those with "good" hair can grow sensational lengths or can have a healthy, glorious crown. Stop putting cash in the underqualified stylists hands and learn to do it on your own. A 6 billion dollar industry, and not a cent of its going into your pockets. Reclaim your cash, and your pride.